Win a Share of $800,000 in the Winter Bonanza at 888poker


It may be getting colder outside but the action at 888poker is heating up thanks to the Winter Bonanza awarding $800,000 this winter.

The promotion runs from Dec. 18 to Feb. 5 and couldn't be any easier to get involved with. In fact, as long as you already have an account at 888poker and have made a deposit you can potentially play in freerolls every day.

Every day you log into 888poker, you be awarded a free spin on the supersized Snowball Spinner. The spinner awards different prizes including free tickets to daily $3,000 Warm Up Freerolls which take place twice per day at 12 p.m. GMT and 6 p.m. GMT.

This is not all you can win in the Winter Bonanza at 888poker as every Sunday at 8 p.m. GMT 888poker is awarding $20,000 in free loot in the $20,000 Ice Cold Freeroll.

You can get a ticket for the freerolls via two different paths. The first path is that you win 50 hands in no-limit hold'em cash games where the big blind is at least $0.05 and there are at least four players at the table. Hands won in the fast-fold game SNAP count towards the requirements.

There is another path available to you if you prefer tournaments. Simply play in at least $20 worth of tournaments in a week and you will also get a ticket to the $20,000 Ice Cold Freeroll. Although this should be easy to do in a week, be advised that rebuys do not count towards the meeting the requirements.

Need an Account?

The Winter Bonanza is an excellent way for you to build your bankroll. If you want to participate in this amazing promotion you will obviously need an account at 888poker. The good news is that you will also be awarded one of the best welcome packages available anywhere.

Simply download 888poker through our links and you will be awarded an $88 bonus (£20 in the UK) without making a deposit. Once you are ready to make your first deposit, it will be matched in the form of a bonus up to $888, or more than twice as much advertised on the site.

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